Posts tagged: complex analysis

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Benedikt Magnússon, May 29, 2020
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Þórarinn JónmundssonLíkön og aðferðir til að meta lærdóm: greining árangur nemenda í stærðfræðigreininguModels and methods to evaluate learning: a case study of students enrolled in mathematical analysis
2. júní11:00Hagnýt Tölfræði
Applied Statistics
Þórey HeiðarsdóttirGreining með slembiþáttalíkani á þróun blóðþrýstings og gönguvegalengdar í tveggja ára langtímarannsóknUsing mixed models to analyse progression of blood pressure and walking distance in a two year longitudinal study 
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Ólafur Jón JónssonGreining á niðurstöðum kennslukannana Háskóla Íslands 2013-17Analysis of results from student evaluation of teaching surveys in the University of Iceland 2013 – 2017
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Sindri Emmanúel AntonssonÁhættureiknar fyrir sykursýki aðlagaðir að íslensku þýðiAdapting diabetes risk scores to an Icelandic population
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Bergur SnorrasonRudin-Carleson theoremsRudin-Carleson setningar
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Hjörtur BjörnssonCovering Spaces for Domains in the Complex PlaneÞekjurúm fyrir svæði í tvinntalnasléttunni
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Hulda Hvönn KristinsdóttirThe art of counting – Textbook in enumerative combinatorics for upper secondary schoolsListin að telja – Kennslurit í talningar- og fléttufræði fyrir framhaldsskóla

Benedikt Steinar Magnússon (12/02/16)

Sigurður Örn Stefánsson, February 11, 2016

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Benedikt Steinar Magnússon
Title: Pluripotential theory in several complex variables explained by the Dirichlet problem in the plane

Location: V-157, VRII.
Time: Friday, February 12 at 13:20.


The goal is to give a brief introduction to pluripotential theory in several complex variables using the Dirichlet problem in the plane as a starting point. We will start by looking at different solution methods for the Dirichlet problem. One of them, the Perron method, motivates our approach to similar problems in several complex variables. But when we look at the ingredients of the Dirichlet problem it turns out that not all of them generalize well to several complex variables so we will have to carefully choose what we bring with us on our adventure into \(\mathbb C^n\).

The problems in several complex variables we consider includes for example the global extremal function which is not only useful in pluripotential theory but also in holomorphic function theory.

Arkadiusz Lewandowski (25/09/15)

Sigurður Örn Stefánsson, September 21, 2015

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Arkadiusz Lewandowski
Title: Some remarks on holomorphically contractible systems.

Location: V-157, VRII.
Time: Friday, September 25, at 15:00-16:00.


We shall discuss the ideas behind the holomorphically contractible systems. As examples, we introduce systems of Carathéodory and Kobayashi pseudodistances. We shall discuss some properties of those objects with particular accent put on their behaviour under certain set-theoretical operations.

Ahmed Zeriahi (04/09/15)

Sigurður Örn Stefánsson, August 28, 2015

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Ahmed Zeriahi
Title: Weak solutions to degenerate complex Monge-Ampère Flows

Location: TG-227, Tæknigarður.
Time: Friday, September 4, at 15:00-16:00.


Studying the (long-term) behavior of the Kähler-Ricci flow on mildly singular varieties, one is naturally lead to study weak solutions of degenerate parabolic complex Monge-Ampère equations. The purpose of this lecture is to explain how to develop a viscosity theory for degenerate complex Monge-Ampère flows on compact Kähler manifolds. Our general theory allows in particular to define and study the (normalized) Kähler-Ricci flow on varieties with canonical singularities, generalizing results of J. Song and G. Tian.
This is a joint work with P. Eyssidieux and V. Guedj (see arXiv:1407.2504).

Evgeny Poletsky (11/06/15)

Benedikt Magnússon, June 9, 2015

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Evgeny Poletsky, Syracuse University
Title: Hardy spaces on hyperconvex domains: recent advances

Location: Naustið, Endurmenntun (here)
Time: Thursday, June 11, at 15:00-16:00.


In 2008 M. Stessin and the speaker introduced on a general hyperconvex domain \(D\) the spaces of holomorphic functions \(H^p_u(D)\) as analogs of the classical Hardy spaces on the unit disk. This spaces are parameterized by plurisubharmonic exhaustion functions \(u\) of \(D\). When \(D\) is strictly pseudoconvex they all are the subsets of classical Hardy spaces \(H^p(D)\) and coincide with \(H^p(D)\) when \(u\) is a pluricomplex Green function.
In my talk we will provide all necessary definitions and discuss recent advances: complete description of these spaces on the unit disk and their projective limits on strongly pseudoconvex domains.

Finnur Lárusson (23/04/15)

Benedikt Magnússon, April 20, 2015

The Icelandic Mathematical Society will hold a meeting on Thursday April 23 at 16:45 in the lecture room V-158 in the building of the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, University of Iceland, at Hjardarhagi.

We follow our traditions by starting the meeting with a cup of coffee or tea, but at 17:15 Finnur Larusson, University of Adelaide, Australia, will give a lecture:

Flexibility and rigidity in holomorphic geometry
An international conference in complex analysis and complex geometry will be held at the University of Iceland April 24-26. The goal of this talk is to give a general audience some insight into new research in this area, with a focus on two fundamental themes in complex geometry: flexibility and rigidity. The talk should be accessible to anyone who has done an undergraduate course in complex analysis. The talk will be given in English.

Emmanuel Mazzilli (23/04/15)

Benedikt Magnússon, April 19, 2015

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Emmanuel Mazzilli, Université de Lille 1
Title: J-holomorphic curves in real analytic hypersurface.

Location: Naustið, Endurmenntun, VR-II, 158.
Time: Thursday, April 23, at 15:00-16:00.


In my talk, I will speak about the existence of J-holomorphic curves in real analytic hypersurface for J an real analytic almost complex structure. In particular, I will discuss some generalizations of a Freeman’s theorem and a Diederich-Fornaess’s theorem on compact hypersurface in almost complex setting.

Miroslav Englis (23/04/15)

Benedikt Magnússon, April 19, 2015

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Miroslav Englis, Mathematics Institute, Prague & Opava, Czech Republic
Title: High-power asymptotics of weighted harmonic Bergman kernels

Location: Naustið, Endurmenntun, VR-II, 158.
Time: Thursday, April 23, at 11:00-12:00.


The asymptotics of the weighted Bergman kernels with respect to the weight \(|r|^\alpha\), where \(r\) is a defining function for a smoothly bounded strictly pseudoconvex domain and \(\alpha\to+\infty\), play prominent role in mathematical physics (Berezin quantization) as well as in complex geometry (Donaldson’s balanced metrics); the standard tool for their derivation is the famous description of the boundary singularity of the Bergman kernel due to Fefferman, combined with a construction due to Forelli and Rudin. The talk will describe why it is noteworthy to study the analogous asymptotics also for the Bergman kernels for harmonic functions, and will give a complete answer for the case of radial weights on the ball and horizontal weights on the upper half-space. The proofs actually proceed by relating the problem to the holomorphic case mentioned above, but on a different domain.

Mitja Nedić (16/04/15)

Benedikt Magnússon, April 15, 2015

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Mitja Nedić, Stockholm University
Title: q-conevxity

Location: Interactive room, 2 floor in Tæknigarður.
Time: Thursday, April 16, at 11:00-12:00.


We will begin the talk by recalling the notion of the Levi form and list some of its basic properties. With the help of the Levi form we then define plurisubharmonic functions and show the equivalence of this definition with others. We will also quickly look at some examples and list some properties of plurisubharmonic functions. We will then define the notion of q-convexity in the case of functions, manifolds and bundles and explore some examples and properties.
We list the theorems that connect metric q-convexity of holomorphic bundles with the q-convexity of complex manifolds.
Finally, we state the Morse lemma for plurisubharmonic function and use it to prove the Morse lemma for q-convex functions. If time, we will state the theorems on the CW decomposition of 1-complete and q-complete manifolds and their consequences.

Arkadiusz Lewandowski (03/11/14)

Benedikt Magnússon, October 27, 2014

Math Colloquium

Speaker: Arkadiusz Lewandowski, University of Iceland
Title: Separate vs joint regularity of functions

Location: V-157, VRII
Time: Monday, November 3 at 15:00-16:00.


Consider the following problem:
Given two domains \(D \subset K^p, G \subset K^q\), where \(K\) equals either \(\mathbb R\) or \(\mathbb C\), and a function \(f\) on the product \(D \times G\), taking complex values, and such that:
1. \(f(a,-)\) is in \(F(G)\), for any \(a\) in \(D\),
2. \(f(-,b)\) is in \(F(D)\), for any \(b\) in \(G\),
we ask whether \(f\) is in \(F(D\times G)\).
Here for any open set \(U\) in any \(K^n, F(U)\) is some abstract family of functions.
We shall discus the cases \(F \in \{\mathcal{C,O,H,SH}\}\), where \(\mathcal C\) denotes the family of continuous functions, \(\mathcal O\) is the family of holomorphic functions, \(\mathcal H\) stands for the family of harmonic functions, and \(\mathcal{SH}\) – the family of subharmonic functions.